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30 Amazing Things to Experience in Budapest in Spring 2019 – Your Ultimate Bucket List

  For us, a new year in Budapest begins not with the first of January, but with spring. You know, the time, when trees, flowers and hormones begin blossoming. When cafés and bars open up their terraces. When our fingers and toes don’t fall off anymore once we go outside. And the time, when the best activities […]

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20 Wonderful Things You Need To Do This Autumn in Budapest 2018

Autumn is rain and sunshine, colorful and drab, warm and cold, pleasant and rough, inviting and merciless, all at the same time. It’s definitely a season of change, one day pulling us back into the welcoming arms of summer and bringing us the foretaste of the upcoming frost at the other.   Fun fact: The […]

19 Little Amazing Things We Adore about Budapest

We all know the saying that happiness comes from the little things. Budapest has plenty of these to offer and once you learn to pay attention to them, you’ll notice how little batches of joy will enter your everyday life.   The next time when you’re commuting, hurrying or otherwise making your stressful way through […]

14 Cool Bars in the Budapest Party District

Since party-tourists and stag doers (and their bodily fluids) started flooding the inner city, Budapest’s party district is somewhat over the hill – at least for us locals. We don’t know about you, but while years ago Szimpla used to be one of Budapest’s best kept secrets, we now only go there to show it to […]

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9 Heavenly Cozy Cafés in Budapest for Rainy Days

Just like all of us, Budapest too has its good and bad days. Sometimes, all you might wish for is a place to cuddle up, get cozy and sip some hot beverages to warm you from the inside, as you hear the rain pattering against the windows (instead of on you!). We totally feel with […]

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16 Awesome Casual Wine Bars in Budapest and a Crash Course in Must-Try Hungarian Wines

We love a good wine once in a while. What we don’t like on the other hand is the often snobbish and pretentious flair that prevails in so-called “wine-bars” and the prices that come with it. Still, we often don’t want to settle for the cheap “folyóbor” (flowing wine) that you get in most pubs […]